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... d for a Klonopin Withdrawal message board, and I just found this one, so I registered. I am desparate for help. This is my first post. ... (8 replies)
Benzo Withdrawal
Sep 9, 2012
... ours of research on the web for a solution to my problem. At first, I thought I had a brain tumor, but from what I have been reading, I am sure it is part of the withdrawal process. ... (4 replies)
... I don't see how Buspar would help at all....probably make withdrawals worse. I'd stay away from the Buspar. The Neurontin won't give you much relief but is to guard against seizures. ... (3 replies)

... y lucky because this is my 4th time there in 3 years and my inusrance picked up the tab again. My insurance will not pay for opiate withdrawal, but they pay for benzo withdrawal. So I was treated for my ahem... "addiiction" to ativan.. ... (11 replies)
... epression is almost always so mixed in with withdrawal. In fact, for me, the ability of Suboxon to prevent that overwhelming depression that follows every sudden withdrawal from drugs... ... (34 replies)
Interesting?
Jan 31, 2004
... For many of us going through it benzo withdrawal is a hideous, protracted experience. Benzodiazepines damage our biochemical ability to quieten the nervous system and produce feelings of peace and calm. ... (11 replies)
When does it end
Apr 29, 2004
... thanks jennita that makes me feel so much better thanks for your story it helps considerably you've been so helpful and i can't thank you enough i'm glad you stay on the boards because so many people could use people like you and howard no sugar coating thanks again kelleigh :) :angel: (359 replies)
When does it end
Apr 29, 2004
... that after 2 weeks, the drug is gone and so should any problems be. ONe time during my early withdrawal I went to a new doctor for a cold and mentioned my conditon at the time...in which I was only sleeping 14 hours a week. ... (359 replies)
... ry lucky because I never had to take a huge amount of it to get relief. I started at 6mgs and went down fast. I was given ambien at night to help with sleep and benzo withdrawal. Benzos were not my problem but I was scared I had become physically dependent on them after 5 months of very low dosage for anxiety and stress. ... (6 replies)
Taper plans??
Jan 29, 2007
... I keep going back and forth about dropping the remaining benzo early, and at least getting down the Norco. ... (3 replies)
... may increase risk of Benzo withdrawal seizure. ... (0 replies)
... may increase risk of Benzo withdrawal seizure. ... (41 replies)
... may increase risk of Benzo withdrawal seizure. ... (1 replies)
... The depression and spontaneous crying is a totally typical symptom of withdrawal from opiates. Opiates do mask pain, but also do some sinister things to our brain chemistry. ... (12 replies)
... come on, what if she is one of those who does run into hellish problems with it....so then, there she goes again with a possibly worse withdrawal then she is having now! ... (28 replies)
... Did he explain to you that you have to be in withdrawal for a period of time before starting the subutex? ... (11 replies)
When does it end
May 1, 2004
... I want to know more. Also it may not be easy to distinguish between your opiate and benzo withdrawals at this point... How long did you take benzos? ... (359 replies)
What a Ride!
Mar 25, 2006
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (1 replies)
Detox Recipe
Oct 4, 2005
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (4 replies)
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (2 replies)




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